While Broadway theaters had hoped to be able to reopen their doors by March 2021, given how the pandemic continues to grow, that now seems like a pipe dream. Recently, The Broadway League announced that all Broadway performances are now canceled at least through May 30 of next year.
In the meantime, look for those who work in theater to go about their business doing everything they usually do for their art — albeit it on Zoom.
As a writer, Tom Clavin is typically focused on telling the real life stories of notable characters. A New York Times bestselling author, his many non-fiction titles have revisited the high and low points of some of this country’s most notable historic figures — from Wild West legend Wyatt Earp and founding father George Washington, to baseball heroes such as Roger Maris and Joe DiMaggio. But in his newest book, “Promise,” the subject Clavin delves into most is Clavin himself.